A cold night is ahead as temperatures will plunge into the 20s under a clear sky.
Eventually it will turn out quite nice tomorrow, with abundant sunshine and temperatures in the middle 50s.
Clouds increase on Thursday, it will become gusty, and showers arrive at night. Highs will be in the middle 60s.
Friday's a dreary day with temperatures in the middle 60s with periods of rain.
An early look at the weekend shows the arrival of colder, unsettled weather.
Saturday will see more clouds than sunshine, as a few rain or snow showers move through later in the day.
An Arctic front will make for nasty conditions Saturday night. Howling winds, plunging temperatures and snow squalls can be expected.
Scattered flurries are possible Sunday, with highs stuck in the upper 30s and a whipping wind. Click here to learn more about what's being dubbed "winter's last gasp."